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in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message. >>> when his third wife, kathy's death was ruled an accident, the case could have remained closed forever. but the bizarre twists and turns of marriage number four would change all of that and finally put drew peterson on the road to a murder conviction. when we first spoke about his fourth wife, stacy, he told me their may-december romance had begin well enough. what was the thing, you had to put your finger on the thing you loved the most about her? >> she had a warm, giving demeanor about her all the time. all the time. >> at the time he also had a peculiar way of talking about his missing wife. for the man who seemed like he was always in control it seemed like a telling misstep. >> when you talk about her you tal
was 170 miles away in virginia on a business trip the night of the murder. he heard the news the next afternoon and returned to raleigh. fiona got word from a girlfriend. >> she said, michelle is dead. it was like it wasn't registering what she said. it was like what? >> stacia grossman couldn't take it in either. >> my mother called and said michelle is dead, and i said michelle who? some celebrity? like what are you talking about? what do you mean? how is that possible what happened? >> the very question that is wake county investigators were asking themselves. >> when we come back, a security camera provides a critical clue. it is not what it caught on tape, it is what it missed and why. >> there was a camera there that had been unplugged. >> who had ugly. one night in november 2006 while her husband was away on business, michelle young was attacked in her own bedroom and brutally beaten to death, her body discovered the next day by her sister meredith, along with her two and a half-year-old daughter cassidy, who had been left to wander in her blood. for the investigators who set o
virginia casino spending a fortune... to stop question seven. they don't want competition. the washington post wrote the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. >>> randolph dial, the convicted killer who busted out of prison, his hostage, bobbi parker, was it seemed like a happy ending to an incredible story. but from the day bobbi disappeared, some people had doubts about what really happened to her. one of them was her husband's former boss, warden jack cowley. did you suspect bobbi parker had a hand in it right away? >> i was drawn to that conclusion. >> it was cowley, remember, who picked dial to run the pottery program out of the parkers' garage. then one day he now says he was driving by the parker home -- >> and i saw dial and bobbi out on the front porch drinking coffee or tea or something. >> the
to say it. but that's what he does. right after the interview where did he go? went to virginia, where some of the cuts, if they take place -- people seem to have amnesia about the whole point sequester was. it was the fourth conversation, fourth new negotiations. nobody wants to sequester. the whole point was pick something that each party thought was something that a third rail in their -- in their conferences so that they would force them to have a new conversation, so the whole re-imaging of the sequester. i understand the battleground state politics that romney's up to. but i think he's walking into a trap. >> bill bennett, my impression spending time with governor romney and talking to him about these issues on camera and off is that he understands the need for some level of compromise, and to even take on conservatives. and yet in this interview there was a level of rigidity, even to the point saying this deal on a defense sequester makes no sense. >> well, he's distinguish between the willingness on principle to compromise and the willingness to compromise on principle. and tha
. and i'm like here i am from west virginia, 18. and he goes, he's gay. and i said oh, okay, i can accept that then. >> reporter: and that very day, they began a warm, lifelong friendship many afternoons spent lingering at this coffee shop. and many memorable evenings. what were those dinners like? >> steven's an amazing cook. >> if you were patient, he was good. he was a phenomenal cook. but you had to be geared to eating at like 10:30 or 11:00, because he was the type of person, if he would talk to you, you would have his undivided attention. >> so by the time we would eat, it's like everybody is drunk. >> reporter: then somewhere in the middle of the '90s, the radio business seemed to tire of steven's huge deep voice and happy style. he got a job in the winery business for a while. then went home to care for his ailing father in southern california. and in 2003, when his father died -- >> oh, he was devastated. >> reporter: and then, in the depths of his despair, a window opened to a whole new set of possibilities. steven made a new friend who had just bought a yacht, planned to sail i
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